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MacBook sometimes crashes when using fullscreen video in Chrome


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dhmmjoph

 
Member Since: Oct 03, 2012
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Mac Specs: 2012 Mac Mini 2.5ghz OSX 10.8.2; Black Macbook (late 2006) OSX 10.6.8; iPhone 4; 3rd Gen iPod Touch

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I am experiencing a bug wherein, when I am watching a video and I click the fullscreen button, my late 2006 MacBook running OS X 10.6.8 crashes and restarts. This does not happen every time I go fullscreen, but it has happened twice today already (as of 10:30 AM) and is extremely annoying.

Could it be a bug in Flash? Chrome? OS X?

Any help much appreciated.
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